I'm getting divorced within the next year. My DH and I are not getting along and he refuses to pay for me to move back home, so I need to get a job and get some money first.
I'm just wondering what the hardest part of getting a divorce was for you. My DD is 1 right now, and DH and I used to be best friends and love eachother, but since having a kid and a few other things, we're no longer compatible.
Asked by Anonymous at 12:24 PM on Jul. 26, 2010 in Relationships
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Answer by MKSers at 12:58 PM on Jul. 26, 2010
It's emotionally draining. I felt tremendous guilt over the fact that my daughter would not grow up with her biological father, and I worried about how it was going to effect her. I felt like a failure because I had not been able to somehow get my ex-husband to behave like an adult; I wondered if I had tried a little harder or a little longer to make it work if things would have turned out differently. I felt a lot of anger towards my ex for pushing me into this position. I also worried a lot about how I was going to support myself and a child on my own. I was depressed, and I wondered if I'd ever feel "normal" again.
If you know that it's over and there is no hope, then make a plan for yourself. Write your plan down and look at when you feel lost; you can always change your plan, but having one can really help when you feel drained. Figure out who will be there for you emotionally when you need it. GL!
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